(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, announced today that it has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) against John Kerry for President, Inc. for failing to report a campaign contribution that appears to be in excess of legal limits. A review of the reports […]

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Eric Florack on March 2nd, 2004

Dean wins home state: “MONTPELIER, Vt. – Howard Dean (news – web sites)’s home-state voters handed him his only victory of the Democratic presidential season Tuesday, two weeks after he withdrew from a race he once appeared destined to dominate. “ Apparently, even THEY can’t stand Kerry.

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Eric Florack on March 2nd, 2004

Edwards out: “WASHINGTON (AP) – John Edwards, the Southern charmer who brought unbridled optimism and an up-from-the-bootstraps biography to the presidential campaign, decided to drop out of the Democratic race after a Super Tuesday rout, The Associated Press has learned.” Hmmm.

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Eric Florack on March 2nd, 2004

Will someone please explain to me what the heck is up with Aldaynet? (You’ll notice it shows up at the top of my Blogroll a couple times a day usually.) I’m getting update pings from it, but I’m getting 403 errors. Can it be he’s out of his monthly bandwidth and doesn’t know it? This […]

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Eric Florack on March 2nd, 2004

The Fresno Bee has a report up on it’s site today suggesting that the support for John Kerry is not exactly getting out the voters… “Secretary of State Kevin Shelley is predicting a 43% turnout, which would be lower than in the last presidential primary. Turnout was 48% in 1988, 47% in 1992, 42% in […]

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Eric Florack on March 2nd, 2004

The SanFran Chronicle is reporting something that only their own reporters aparently, hadn’t guessed: “San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds, New York Yankees stars Jason Giambi and Gary Sheffield and three other major league baseball players received steroids from a Burlingame nutritional supplement lab, federal investigators were told.” Thta they’re finally getting around to reporting […]

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Eric Florack on March 2nd, 2004

The Washington Timesis running somehting I had wondered about… was this kind of resentment ever going to surface: ” ‘We find the gay community’s attempt to tie their pursuit of special rights based on their behavior to the civil rights movement of the 1960s and 1970s abhorrent,’ Bishop Andrew Merritt of Straight Gate Ministries and […]

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Eric Florack on March 2nd, 2004

Is God on our side, Senator Kerry? Matt Drudge yesterday ran a Bit on his site, regarding the debate, and came up with this gem: “Democrat frontrunner John Kerry is not sure God is on America’s side in the war terrorism. Kerry made the startling comments during Sunday’s Democrat presidential debate in New York City. […]

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